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A cold front moved through earlier today, helping to clear our skies and bring cooler conditions to Middle Georgia.
This cooler air will hang around for just one more day, before we start to see increased humidity as well as increasing rain chances.
A cold front will be moving east on Wednesday and bringing the potential for severe storms to areas in Mississippi, Tennessee, and parts of Alabama.
Ahead of the front we will see isolated showers possible Wednesday morning, but the bulk of the rainfall is possible by the overnight hours into early Thursday morning.
Not only will we get rain moving through, but also a warm up into the mid 70’s for the rest of the week.
Thanksgiving will bring a mostly cloudy day to the area, and a few isolated showers. Shouldn’t be a total rainout, but could bring some showers to lunches being held outdoors.
There are still quite a few questions regarding the rain chances Thursday, so we will continue to watch it closely.
Through the end of the week, it looks like we will be seeing even more rain chances. Friday night will bring our next chance for a few thunderstorms.
The weekend could usher in some heavy rain to Middle Georgia thanks to Gulf moisture, but at the moment it looks like any severe weather should stay out to our west.
Stick with 41NBC through the week for forecast updates.